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Phil Lesh and FriendsPhil Lesh and Friends Live at Terrapin Crossroads on 2012-05-11 (May 11, 2012)

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Collection: PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist: Phil Lesh and Friends
Date: May 11, 2012 (check for other copies)
Venue: Terrapin Crossroads
Location: San Rafael, CA

Source: Sonic Studios > Sony D-100 > (48kHz, 16 bits) > 44.1khz > Peak 6.20 > TRack 3 > FLAC (XLD, Tagged)
Taped by: EATB1979
Keywords: audience


Set II + Encore

01. jam > Eight Miles High >
02. China Cat Sunflower >
03. Dazed and Confused >
04. The Other One >
05. Dark Star >
06. Whiter Shade of Pale >
07. Dark Star
08. St. Steven
09. Morning Dew
10. encore break / donor rap
11. I Know You Rider


Thanks to EATB1979 for the recording! Set I was not recorded (on this source at least.)

There is some level fluctuation during Eight Miles High, I tried to even it out a bit
but you can still hear it. Also there is some distortion, largely when Phil hits some
heavy deep notes. I tried to lessen it a bit in the mastering but it is still there.

Phil Lesh - Bass, Vocals
Grahame Lesh - Guitar, Vocals
Chris Robinson - Guitar, Vocals
Tim Bluhm - Guitar, Vocals
Nicki Bluhm - Vocals
Mark Karan - Guitar, Vocals
Adam MacDougall - Keyboards, Vocals
Jon Graboff - Pedal Steel, Percussion
Jaz Sawyer - Drums

Individual Files

Audio Files Flac VBR MP3 Ogg Vorbis
jam > Eight Miles High > 62.7 MB
16.9 MB
7.5 MB
China Cat Sunflower > 49.0 MB
12.9 MB
5.8 MB
Dazed and Confused > 35.9 MB
9.3 MB
4.1 MB
The Other One > 42.9 MB
11.1 MB
5.1 MB
Dark Star > 64.6 MB
17.3 MB
8.0 MB
Whiter Shade of Pale > 63.3 MB
17.0 MB
7.5 MB
Dark Star 21.5 MB
5.9 MB
2.6 MB
St. Steven 59.2 MB
15.4 MB
6.7 MB
Morning Dew 52.0 MB
13.7 MB
6.2 MB
encore break / donor rap 33.2 MB
9.6 MB
4.9 MB
I Know You Rider 59.4 MB
15.2 MB
6.7 MB
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plf2012-05-11.txt 1.8 KB

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Reviewer: walstib1973 - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - August 30, 2012
Subject: Program Notes

Set 2 (10:35 - 12:15):
Eight Miles High (PL, CR, TB)
China Cat Sunflower (GL)>
Dazed & Confused (CR)>
The Other One (PL)>
Dark Star (PL, CR, GL)>
*Whiter Shade of Pale (TB)>
Jam> Dark Star (PL)>
St. Stephen (PL, CR, GL)>
Morning Dew (CR)

E: I Know You Rider (all)

*1st time played

Reviewer: happy2balive - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - August 15, 2012
Subject: Intimate and Room to Boogie!
Was at this show, and have been waiting for it to appear here. Thanks for the posting. The show was special for me. Hearing Nicki and Tim Bluhm sing with Phil and his son was a real treat. Highlights for me included the Viola Lee/Folsom Prison Blues from the first set, as well as the Whiter Shade of Pale. Nicki is a sweet addition to the group and the mandolin was superb. My recollection is that Jon was not in attendance for that evenings show. Sound at the show itself was fair, with the vocals being poor, but the energy, especially of the magnificent song selection in the second set, was devine.